Experience the magnetic allure of Uluru (Ayers rock) on this half-day tour from Ayers Rock resort. Get up close to the UNESCO-listed landmark with a drive around the base and follow the Kuniya Walk to the Mutitjulu Waterhole. Discover Uluru’s spiritual significance as you admire ancient Aboriginal rock art and visit the Uluru – Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre. Then, sip a glass of wine and munch on canapés as you witness the dazzling sunset over Uluru. Finish your day with a hearty Aussie-style BBQ (if option selected) beneath the desert stars.
Travel with a small group from Ayers Rock to Cave Hill, the land of the Anangu located deep in the desert. Meet with an indigenous guide and hear Aboriginal creation stories of the Seven Sisters that have been handed down by elders over the generations. Be amazed by the ancient rock art of Cave Hill, one of Central Australia’s most significant Aboriginal rock-art sites. This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to glimpse the history and culture of Australia's indigenous people. Numbers are limited to 11 participants, ensuring an intimate experience with your guide.
Enjoy an absolutely iconic experience when visiting Australia’s Red Centre—a full trek around the base of Uluru. As you start your sunrise walk around the 7.5-mile (12-kilometer) base trail of Uluru, embrace the culture, geology, and environment that is the essence of this amazing monolith. Stop along the trail for a picnic breakfast with an amazing close up view. Your guide tells the cultural stories (Tjukurpa) of Liru (poisonous snake) and Kuniya (woma python) as well as many other Aboriginal creation stories associated with this amazing natural landmark. Witness the sunrise, visit waterholes, see rock art sites of the ancients, and immerse yourself in the nature and culture of this very special place.
Glide around Uluru (Ayers Rock) on a Segway for the best possible sunrise views during this morning tour. Instruction and light breakfast precede your takeoff for the route, which includes highlights such as the Mutitjulu Waterhole. Pickup is available from area hotels and the Ayers Rock Resort campground.
Start your morning with the once-in-a-lifetime experience of watching the sunrise at Kata Tjuta (the Olgas). After early morning pickup, head into Uluru–Kata Tjuta National Park and enjoy a light breakfast while waiting for the sunrise, then follow your guide on a short walk through the Valley of the Winds to reach superb lookout points. You have the choice of a challenging hike to a second lookout, or an easier route through the towering domes. Learn about the history of Australia’s Red Centre and hear about the Anangu people, to whom this stunning region is sacred.
Short on time? Marvel over the star attractions of Australia’s Red Centre on a half-day tour from Ayers Rock. Witness the dazzling sunrise over sacred Uluru from the Talinguru Nyakunytjaku viewing platform and learn about the rock’s spiritual importance to the Anangu indigenous people. Then, embark on a guided hike through the red desert of the Walpa Gorge and get up close to the magnificent domed rocks of Kata Tjuta (The Olgas).
Explore one of Australia’s most distinctive natural features—Uluru—on this fun Segway and sunset tour. Your guide will take you to some hidden Aboriginal rock art sites, and tell you about the local history and culture. Travel around the base of the enormous monolith on a Segway. These fun vehicles are also environmentally friendly and make little noise, so they’re the ideal way to explore a sacred natural wonder. Cap the evening with a sunset picnic.
Join an Aboriginal guide and traditional owner of Uluru on a 7-hour afternoon tour of the homeland, Patji. Travel in a rugged 4-wheel drive vehicle on remote bush tracks as you learn about the oldest living culture in the world. Stop at historically important sites along the way, hear about human survival in this harsh desert environment, and have afternoon tea around the campfire. At sunset, watch the sky change colors while enjoying light refreshments at a private sand dune that overlooks Uluru and Kata Tjuta.
Join your friendly and professional guide in your air-conditioned small group tour vehicle to explore the most profound and culturally significant monolith in Australia. Embrace the culture, geology and environment that is Uluru. You will meander into Mutitjulu Waterhole, undertake the Mala Walk and visit rock art sites to learn of Uluru’s significance to the Anangu (local Aboriginal) people. Adjourn to the Talinguru Nyakunytjaku viewing area to watch an uninterrupted sunset away from the crowds to appreciate the expanse of this desert region at its most peaceful.
Uluru (Ayer’s Rock) and Kata Tjuta are two of Australia’s most photographed natural wonders and this full-day tour takes in both. Enjoy guided hikes to the Walpa Gorge, Mutitjulu Waterhole, and the Mala Walk; visit the Aboriginal Cultural Centre; and tuck into a traditional Aussie barbecue dinner as you watch the sunset over Uluru.
Experience the sunrise over Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), one of the most iconic natural landmarks in Australia's Red Centre. Before dawn, travel into UNESCO-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and admire the colors of the sunrise over the desert landscape and Kata Tjuta rock formations. Enjoy an outback picnic breakfast followed by a walking tour of stunning Walpa Gorge. This small-group tour is limited to 11 participants, which allows for a more personalized experience.
Journey to the majestic chasm of Kings Canyon on this full-day adventure from Ayers Rock. Travel across the rugged landscape of Central Australia, stopping at the Kings Creek cattle and camel station for a taste of Outback ranch life for breakfast and an optional camel ride. Choose from a strenuous walk to the canyon rim for unbeatable views, or an easier route along the canyon creek bed. Stop for lunch (own expense) at the Kings Canyon Resort, and suit your sightseeing schedule with the option you selected when you booked: either returning to Ayers Rock or continuing on to Alice Springs.
Combine two of the best ways to see the Australian outback—by air and on a quad bike—on a single tour. Fly over Uluru, Kata Tjuta, Lake Amadeus and Kings Canyon, landing to transfer to a quad bike. With a guide in the lead and all equipment and instruction provided, explore the rugged territory, learning about the area's unique flora and fauna.
Combine the best of both worlds on a tour that includes a helicopter tour and small plane tour. Ride in a fixed-wing aircraft over Uluru (Ayers Rock), Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), and Lake Amadeus, then touch down at Kings Creek Station and transfer to your helicopter for your scenic 30-minute flight. Take in Kings Canyon and the George Gill ranges from the helicopter. The sunrise flight option is available for early risers, and you are guaranteed a window seat on all flights.
See the major landmarks of Australia's red center from the air on a 6-hour scenic flight from Ayers Rock airport. View Uluru, Kata Tjuta, Lake Amadeus, and Kings Canyon. Touch down on the authentic country airstrip at Kings Creek Station, then drive along the George Gill Ranges to Kings Canyon where you take a one-hour walk. All flights have guaranteed window seats and informative commentary provided by your professional pilot.
Enjoy the quintessential Aussie Outback experience and absorb the ambience of the Red Centre without the crowds. Your guide will take you in an air-conditioned 4WD vehicle to Mt Conner, located 100-kilometer east of Uluru on a privately owned cattle station called Curtin Springs. Look for red kangaroos, wallabies and other wildlife as you travel across the desert landscape. You will discover an ancient inland salt lake and learn about the European history of the region. Watch the sunset splash dazzling colors over Mt Conner as you sip a glass of sparkling wine. Then enjoy a delicious three course dinner at Curtin Springs Station before returning to Ayers Rock Resort.
Watch the spectacular sunset over Uluru and see the colors of the sky and rock change before your eyes Sip a glass of sparkling wine, enjoy delicious nibbles and plenty of iconic photo opportunities Discover detailed information about Aboriginal culture, beliefs and cultural stories Visit the famous Mutitjulu Waterhole, learn its significance to the local people and see ancient Aboriginal rock paintings
Short on time & don't want to spend hours in a car? - Then this tour is for you - See all there is in and around Ayers Rock & Watarrka National Park. Take in the mesmerising sights flying abeam Uluru and Kata Tjuta before tracking out over the N.T's larges salt flat - Lake Amadeus and onward to Kings Canyon. This tour encompasses everything there is to see out here and is simply breathtaking, no words will do it justice.
This tour is a small group tour departing with a minimum of 2 travellers and a maximum of 11.This tour takes you around the entire circuit of the Valley of the winds walk with a guide to answer all your questions.Language audio guide available on this tour.